By Ansley Owens, Contributing Writer and Intern for the NACTT Academy (Nashville, TN)
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan recently determined that a Chapter 13 debtor could discharge a government penalty against her even though it arose from fraud. Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency v. Priscilla Annette Andrews (In re Andrews), No. 15-46058, 2015 WL 5813418 (Bankr. E.D. Mich. October 2, 2015).
The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency (the “Agency”) claimed that Priscilla Andrews (the “Debtor”) was overpaid $6,897 in unemployment benefits because she intentionally failed to disclose wages from . . .
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